Jason Bateman and ab-flashing wife Amanda Anka look smitten as they don all-black ensembles for Ozark: The Final Episodes premiere in NYC
Jason Bateman and wife Amanda Anka looked smitten as they attended the Ozark: The Final Episodes premiere in New York City on Thursday.
Marty Byrde star Jason and his stunning wife Amanda, both 53, couldn’t take their eyes off one another as they posed up on the red carpet.
The Primetime Emmy Awards-winner looked handsome in an all-black ensemble, consisting of a stylish suit and tie, and a matching dress shirt and shoes.
Smitten: Ozark star Jason Bateman looked smitten with wife Amanda Anka looked smitten as they attended The Final Episodes premiere in New York City on Thursday
Anka, who’s the daughter of Canadian singer Paul Anka, added a touch of edginess to her outfit by wearing a sheer-patterned skirt over black undergarments that were easily visible to the passerby.
She also flaunted her midriff and cleavage in a matching crop top that was nothing short of a stylish bra under a cropped blazer.
Rounding out her overall look, Anka had her dark brown tresses styled long and flowing along the front and back that fell nearly to her waistline.
The second part of season seven, which is the grand finale of the hit crime drama series, is set to be released on Netflix next week.
Last hurrah! Amanda flashed her abs in a racy lace ensemble at the glitzy event
Dapper: The acclaimed actor looked handsome in a black suit and tie, with a matching dress short and shiny shoes for the premiere event
PDA: The couple, who have been married for just over 20 years, held hand much of time
Color-coordinated: Bateman went with a black suit and tie, with a matching dress shirt and shoes, while his wife donned a black sheer skirt that showcased her undergarments, along with a matching bra underneath a cropped blazer
Chatty: Holding hand most of the time, while flashing infectious smile, the couple chatted each other up as photographers snapped photo after photo.
On-screen family: Bateman also struck some poses with his on-screen wife, Laura Linney, 58
Playing a family man and woman who move to the Lake of the Ozarks to launder money for a violent drug cartel, Ozark first premiered back in July 2017, which garnered plenty of critical and commercial acclaim, especially for the performances of Bateman, Linney and Julia Garner.
Having been renewed for a fourth and final season in June 2020, the first half of the season, consisting of seven episodes, began streaming on January 21.
The back end of season four, which is also seven episodes seven episodes, is slated to drop on April 29.
During its run, the series has received a total of 32 Primetime Emmy Award nominations, including two for Outstanding Drama Series, with Bateman taking home Outstanding Directing For A Drama Series in 2019 and co-star Julia Garner winning two times for Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series in 2019 and 2020.
Family of money launderers: The lead couple are pictured with their on-screen daughter, played by Sofia Hublitz
That’s a wrap: The second half of season four, consisting of seven episodes, will drop on April 29; Bateman is pictured with his on-screen son, played by Skylar Gaertner